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  • 07 Jun 2021 Technion researchers say it might improve the effectiveness of anti-cancer therapies Can Baking Soda Help in the Fight Against Cancer? The researcher behind this discovery is Hanan Abumanhal Masarweh of the Technion’s Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute, who received her Ph.D. from the Technion for her research under the supervision of Prof. Avi Schroeder of the Wolfson Faculty of Chemical Engineering. Click on the link to find out
  • 27 Jun 2019 In Memory of Mr. Norman Seiden Norman Seiden was a giant leader who dedicated much of his life to Technion and was instrumental in numerous achievements of our university. His vision and support led to transformational changes which have major national and international impacts. Prime examples are the Barbara and Norman Seiden Optoelectronics Center established in 1989, which paved the way to the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute, the largest and most influential research entity at the Technion.
  • 16 Jan 2019 Congratulations to the Nano Graduate Program students for their achievments in the Jacobs Graduate research day The Irwin and Joan Jacobs Graduate School held the Jacobs Graduate Research Day, where posters that were chosen as excellent in the departmental research days, were presented by the graduate students from the different Faculties and programs. Congratulations to the three students, from the The Norman Seiden Multidisciplinary Graduate Program in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology , who won the following prizes: Ron Bessler - Second Prize - MSc                        
  • 09 Dec 2018 Umbrella Winter School 2018  The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology together with two German institutions, RWTH Aachen University, and the Jülich Research Center, collaborated in a joint Umbrella Winter School in Kfar Blum in the North of Israel on December 9-13.   Pictures on the RBNI Facebook page School Video Clip
  • A Quantum Leap Technion Center for Quantum Science, Matter and Engineering
    17 Aug 2017 A Quantum Leap
  • Lab on a Chip Technion Professors Ester Segal & Moran Bercovici
    08 Aug 2016 New joint Nevet research Research Abstract - A joint Nevet project by Asst. Prof. Moran Bercovici and Assoc. Prof. Ester Segal Nanostructured porous silicon (PSi) is a promising material for the label-free detection of biomolecules, but it currently suffers from limited applicability due to poor sensitivity, typically in micromolar range. 
  • Technion – a Leading Research Institute in Electron Microscopy 120 young researchers from 12 countries visited the Technion for a unique workshop on electron microscopy. The electron microscopy workshop attracted young people from all the universities in Israel and from 11 European countries.